Farrah Abraham Biography
Farrah Abraham is an American reality star, Model and former porn actress born on 31st May 1991 in Omaha, USA. She grew up with her parents along with her siblings in Council Bluffs, Lowa. She pursued her degree from Lubin School of Business which is affiliated to Pace University. She holds Nebraskan Nationality and belongs to half Hispanic and half Middle Eastern ethnicity.
Farrah Abraham is well-known for MTV’S reality show 16 and MTV’s Teen Mom. After the final season of MTV’s Teen Mom, she launched her first book “My Teenage Dream Ended”. Her book was listed in the New York Times best sellers list. Later she also published a children’s book name “Passy Perfume” which is for children on kindle. It has also been found out that she has done an adult video with James Deen who is a porn star.
Farrah used to date Derek Underwood but their affair couldn't last long because he died on a car accident. She hasn’t married yet but has a child name, Sophia Laurent Abraham. It has been estimated that her Net worth is around U.S $ 3 Million.Edit
Born in Omaha, USA.
Farrah Abraham was born on 31st May 1991 in Omaha, USA. She grew up with her parents along with her siblings in Council Bluffs, Lowa.She holds Nebraskan Nationality and belongs to half Hispanic and half Middle Eastern ethnicity.Edit
Appeared on 16 and Pregnant
Abraham appeared on the first season of 16 and Pregnant which is a reality TV series broadcast by MTV. It documented her pregnancy and her first months of motherhood and later she was cast in the spin-off series of Teen Mom too.Edit
Gave birth to her daughter
After dating her boyfriend Derek who died on car accident she became pregnant by him in 2008. Her mother denied for abortion because it was against her personal beliefs. Later on February 23, 2009, she gave birth to their daughter Sophia Laurent Abraham.Edit
Arrested for Suspicion of Driving
In 2013, Abraham was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence; she pleaded guilty to the charges that June and was sentenced to six months of probation, six months of sobriety tests and a $500 fine